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How much SOEs’ directors earn?

VietNamNet Bridge – The wage mechanism applied to state owned enterprises (SOEs) has become no more reasonable in the context of the market economy.

The companies top for payroll in Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge – In this list are the corporations in the fields of oil and gas, power and finance-banking.

Too demanding, foreign university graduates cannot find decent jobs

The candidates with foreign university degrees believe that they are superior to those who finish domestic schools. Therefore, they tend to demand high salaries.

Jobless numbers keep falling

Reports from cities and provinces revealed that during the first quarter of the year the number of applicants for unemployment insurance declined to over 91,300 people, a decrease of nearly 22 per cent year-on-year.

In economic recession, there’s no opportunity for fastidious workers

A big real estate developer has been reportedly hospitalized to treat his mental disease. Thousands of bachelors in Da Nang City now work as blue collar workers at an electronics company.

Next to Tet holiday, worry about unemployment comes

VietNamNet Bridge – After spending a long Tet holiday at ease, people have returned to the normal life with the permanent worry about the unemployment and low pay.

Schools put on alert as they cannot recruit teachers

VietNamNet Bridge – HCM City needs 3,049 teachers in the 2012-2013 academic year, but it only could find 2,000.

Businesses a bit puzzled about 6-month maternity leave policy

Business owners have affirmed that the new policy on six-month maternity wouldn’t affect their production plans much.

Big bosses tell their staff not expect too much on Tet bonuses

Big bankers and businessmen have prepared their staff for a sad piece of news, saying that there would not be Tet bonuses this year, or the Tet bonuses would be modest.

In economic downturn, workers still expect high Tet bonuses

Garment, footwear and electronics enterprises plan to give to their workers the Tet bonuses valued at one or two-month salaries. Meanwhile, commercial banks, which always offered sky high Tet bonuses, still ponder on the Tet bonuses.